The video works to establish parallels between Chicago’s history — rebuilding after the fire in 1871 — and Amazon’s humble beginnings in a garage.
Gov. Bruce Rauner declared victory over challenger Jeanne Ives Tuesday night — capping an insurgency that she admitted “fell just a bit short.”
Prosecutors said that the officer forcibly performed a sex act on the man, sucked his toes, grabbed and took a photo of his penis.
The signs ask voters to “un-elect” Richard Boykin and refer to the first-term commissioner as a Republican.
Two women have come forward with allegations that former Tronc chairman Michael W. Ferro Jr. made unwanted sexual advances toward them.
The deposition was closed to the public, but earlier this week attorneys agreed Johnson would only be questioned about COPA’s investigation.
The new case management system was designed and implemented by Tyler Technologies under a $36 million, multi-year deal.
The request came during a sometimes contentious three-hour hearing before Cook County Judge James O’Hara Tuesday.
Last week, Judge James O’Hara denied the city’s requests to limit Emanuel’s deposition time to 15 minutes.
“We, as a labor movement, are dead serious about changing the culture of the workplace,” said AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka.
Eric Hill’s testimony came during the 2nd day of a civil trial. The teen’s mom filed the wrongful death lawsuit against Hill and the city of Zion.
Hogan’s recounting of the incident came as she announced her support for Mary Carvlin, Rita’s challenger in the March 20 Democratic primary.
The mother of a man fatally shot by a Chicago Police officer in November is taking the officer and the city to court over her son’s death.
In the two-and-a-half years since the gift was announced, the donors say they no longer trust U of C to put their money to good use.
The 11 defendants are accused of being involved in a wide-ranging conspiracy dating to the mid-1990s that includes the commission of six murders.